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CNBC
Jul 2, 2012 7:00pm EDT
! >> gallup right now and most other firms are polling registered voters. a cnn poll was out of registered voters. showed obama up three. polls of likely voters are always showing a better result for mitt romney because the enthusiasm is higher. there won't be as many younger voters going to the polls as there are in the register voter polls. we are looking at a gap between registers and likely voter polls. we are the only ones tracking likely voters on a daily basis. >> thank you, scott. >> thank you. >> i wish you had more time. you're coming on in the morning with me. if you're going to push your book, i can push "squawk box," right? >> scott's to the right of sorkin. >> who isn't? >> andrew sorkin. >> don't get me in trouble here. here is jimmy wayans who i had on set last time. looks like a republican. looks can be deceiving. cnbc contributor jimmy p. do you know why i'm going to say it? i have been practicing greek names because of what's going on over there. i'm not afraid to say yours. they said jimmy p. but i'll do the whole deal. >> embrace the madness. >> of the american enterpr
CNBC
Jul 6, 2012 4:00am EDT
competitive owners and maybe that wasn't a bright idea? >> they said their interest in cnn would make it too auk waernd uncomfortable -- >> they didn't know that when they first proposed that? how long ago that was. >> it's bizarre, it really is. >>> still to come on the show, jpmorgan under pressure over an investigation into energy market manipulation. we'll have all the details next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] what's the point of an epa estimated 42 miles per gallon if the miles aren't interesting? the lexus ct hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> welcome back to the program. earlier, we asked if you think libor has to go, and if so, what should replace it? jose luis has tweeted us from texas, saying a common worldwide libor would help markets see and understand credit products better. that, of course, doesn't necessarily answer the question as to how the libor rate should be calculated or set in the first place, but of course, there are certainly many around the world causing confusion. if you'd like to join the conversation here on "worldwide exchange," send us an e-ma
CNBC
Jul 27, 2012 9:00am EDT
. i talked to somebody in washington yesterday looking at a cnn article that discussed eight different ways in which we could get literally 269/269 on the electoral college vote. what do you do then? there are scenarios out there of difficulty in markets. that may show up again in november. >> if one believes that we are to get to 1,425 on the s&p 500, is it through the rally that we've seen in dividend-paying stocks, which are trading at a premium to the rest of the market or do we need to see a rotation out of them? >> dividends have always been an important part of stocks. we really forgot that in the late 1990s when it was all about the tech stocks. half the return in stocks over the last 100 years have come from dividends. and you have baby boomers who need income. when you look at the s&p 100 yielding 2.8%, 2.9% versus the ten-year treasury at 1.40, maybe they should trade at a premium. this idea of just because the valuation is lower, we should buy one or the other -- i used to buy cyclicals. you sold them at low p/es. never bought them at low p/es. that's not generally a good s
CNBC
Jul 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
. >> all right, we're just confirming, cnn and fox both said they overturned the mandate. we it take a chance here. nothing happened. >> i hope to eventually end this experiment of me being on television with my reputation, i'm hoping it ends soon. >> it's fun to go out with a bang. >> one of those curses on tv or those kind of things. >> whisper is, steve. >> just between us. >> just whisper. >> wait, we're on thereof. >> jeremy siegel called for the dow 17,000 by the end of next year, i don't know if that was before what happened in europe and the fiscal cliff. joining success squawk market master jeremy siegel, finance professor at the wharton school at the university of pennsylvania, he's also author ofs the best selling books "stocks for the long run." when he introduces himself you usually say i am a squawk market master if people don't know you. you don't use the professor thing or best selling author thing, it's mostly the market master, correct? >> well, i'm proud of that name. i don't usually use it when i introduce myself. >> feel free to. >> okay. >> 17,000, anything chan
CNBC
Jul 19, 2012 6:00am EDT
-- >> you can say the name? >> cnn, erin burnett did a look at whether -- >> who is that? >> at the end it was almost i guess she got her chops here she made it fair at the end and added in his tax rate and the amount that he gave to charity. and the years that we know. it was like 31% because 17% went directly to charity. millions and millions of dollars. these ads, john, if you do something wrong i could understand it but if it's all twin law then tell congress to change the tax law which i want to do. we want to do tax reform but nobody is talking about tax reform because we're talking about this. if you don't like -- you should take it -- we got to go. >> when we come back hot is the word of the day. when we return we'll tell you why. g androgel 1.62%. both are used to treat men with low testosterone. androgel 1.62% is from the makers of the number one prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. it raises your testosterone levels, and... is concentrated, so you could use less gel. and with androgel 1.62%, you can save on your monthly prescription. [ male announcer ] dosing and appl
CNBC
Jul 30, 2012 9:00am EDT
the leadership on friday. you don't want merck to be the leader. gilead and jell cnn were strong and amgen. and then starbucks blew up. it was a terrible quarter. >> but the leaders have been the companies that have been largely domestic, though not entirely. kimberly clark sells plenty of diapers all over the world and have a very significant dividend. we hit 1.55 on the ten-year. the yield is soaring. >> you can't own the ten-year because that's where -- everyone owns the ten-year. how many years have we -- have people said that's the most dangerous piece of paper in the world? i wish that the stocks i follow were as dangerous as the ten-year. >> right. >> well, europe, of course, still will have an impact over here. european stocks extending last week's rallies. spanish bonds falling today and falling fast over the last week, as eu leaders send more signals they are prepared to tack it will debt crisis. jean-claude junker says leaders will decide in the coming day what is measures to take after mario draghi said the central bank will do whatever it takes to save the euro. tim geithner s
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